Types of Minnows
The minnow family comprises the largest variety of fish in North America. Minnows have strong adaptive skills that allow them to thrive in different types of environmental conditions. Minnows usually swim in fresh water but some varieties live in...
Minnow is a general term used to refer to small freshwater and saltwater fish, ...
This type of minnow has a short, rounded snout, the only difference between the
Actually, "minnow" is the common name for the largest family of fishes found in
North America. Some 48 species of minnows occur in New York state; five of ...
Over 290 species of minnows occur in North America; 67 species are known from
Virginia. The term minnow commonly refers to any small fish, but rightly is ...
To most anglers the word minnow means a small fish used for bait. Minnows are
apart of a fish family that includes over 250 species in North America. The most ...
North America alone (north of Mexico) has over 230 species of minnows. In
Pennsylvania, 39 native minnow species have been documented in recent years,
Dec 25, 2009 ... Underwater Images of a variety of forage species including minnows, shiners,
chubs, dace, ciscoes, and darters:
Fathead minnows are the most popular type of freshwater bait fish. Anglers love
fathead minnows because so many fish eat them and they are fairly easy to ...
Jan 21, 2009 ... Hybognathus regius, eastern silvery minnow, N, stream/creek/river .... Scientific
Profile - USGS Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database
"Minnow" is a generic term, often used to refer to small freshwater and saltwater
fish. True minnows are small freshwater species of the carp family. Minnows are ...